Some of the most impressive & interesting projects we work on are the custom jobs. When a client knows exactly what they want – and we work with their ideas, there can be some incredible results.
This barn frame we put up in Hesket is a great example of one of those projects. The complexity and detail are second to none.
Take a look at the photos below.
Horse’s Unexpected Favourite Flavour
A taste testing session involving eight equine tasters was conducted to discover which flavour was their favourite.
A collection of flavours were mixed in with regular pellets of cereal meal to see which flavour the horses would eat most of.
The most popular flavour: Fenugreek.
This was closely followed by banana as a close number two.
A full list of the horse taster’s preference is below:
Favourite – Fenugreek
To see our horse arena photos, download an EquinaBuild brochure here.
Does My Shed Need A Permit?
When thinking about building a shed you will have to consider the possibility of needing certain permits, so your shed can be legally constructed. For a shed there are two types of permits that you may need to obtain.
A Building permit is required for most building work. When designing and constructing a complete structure, such as a shed you will need a Building permit. The purpose of this permit is to ensure that the construction will comply with Australian Standards and that it is suitable for use. These types of permits can be obtained from any registered builder.
Not every construction requires a planning permit. These permits relate to the use and development of land. To find out if you need a planning permit you will be required to contact your local council. Each council has their own planning scheme, thus requirements for permits will vary for each council. It is up to you to find out from your council whether a Planning permit is required for the construction of your shed.